MSNBC will vet people more carefully from here on in. An MSNBC reporter decided to talk to Harold Chase on the air and she immediately regretted it. He did not answer her questions like she thought he would. She asked Chase about the Mueller report and what he thought abut it. Ali Vitali interviewed Chase for MSNBC
"Well my thoughts are that, like I said earlier, it's just, it's all false, the reports, there's nothing in there that shows the President of the United States is guilty of anything."
"There's no Russian collusion and there's no obstruction, you know they're gonna try to find something, looking at that report, pick it apart and they'll try to find something and run with it, and nothing's gonna happen."
Vitali then asked:
"So you say 'they' I think you're talking about Democrats. When you say they're gonna run with it, do you think that they should talk about this as they campaign for president?"
Partial transcript of the interview:
"Absolutely not," he responded, "absolutely not, it's just gonna destroy them they won't get in, they won't win in 2020 if they keep pushing this."
"And what do you think," Vitali asked, "to you, the most important thing is, now that this report is out, what do you want to see happen next?"
"Well, the report is out," he replied. "I think they just need to move on, and just drop it, you know if they just keep going forward, they're not getting anywhere."
"They're just destroying themselves," he concluded.